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Encyclopedia Of Nineteenth Century Thought

Encyclopedia Of Nineteenth Century Thought
pdf | 4.04 MB | English | Isbn:0415244196 | Author: Gregory Claeys | Year: 2004

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The Very Thought of You 1998 1080p WEBRip x265-RARBG

1.33 GB | 01:25:19 | HEVC | 1920X1080 | hev1 ,16:9,Channels:2,Lossy,AAC

Language:English

Genres:: Comedy, Romance
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3 childhood friends all separately fall for cute American Martha and within 3 days of her arrival at a London airport, their friendship is at risk.

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A Thought Unchained 2014 1080p WEBRip x265-RARBG

Size: 1.81 GB |Duration: 01:56:23 | Bitrate: 1999 Kbps |Codec: hev1 |Width & Height:1920X816

Language:English

Genres:: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
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Mafia daughter Suki finds herself at the wrong end of a drug deal and left for dead. New love Roy moves in to sweep her off of her feet and save her life. Together, they decide to strike back at the person responsible for Suki’s near death experience: her mother.

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Necessary Illusions- Thought Control In Democratic Societies
Necessary Illusions- Thought Control In Democratic Societies By Noam Chomsky
1999 | 138 Pages | ISBN: 0896083667 | PDF | 2 MB
‘A towering intellect …powerful, always provocative.’ Guardian ‘A superb polemicist who combines fluency of language with a formidable intellect.’ Observer ‘Must be read by everyone concerned with public affairs.’ Edward Said Necessary Illusions explodes the myth of an independent media, intent on uncovering the truth at any cost. Noam Chomsky demonstrates that, in practice, the media in the developed world serve the interests of state and corporate power — despite protestations to the contrary. While individual journalists strive to abide by high standards of professionalism and integrity in their work, their paymasters — the media corporations — ultimately decide what we view, hear and read. Rigorously documented, Necessary Illusions continues Chomsky’s celebrated tradition of profoundly insightful indictments of US foreign and domestic institutions and tears away the veneer of propaganda that portrays the media as the servant of free speech and democracy.

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Modern Dystopian Fiction and Political Thought Narratives of World Politics
Modern Dystopian Fiction and Political Thought: Narratives of World Politics (Popular Culture and World Politics) by Adam Stock
English | Oct 15, 2018 | ISBN: 1138101273, 0367584441 | 240 pages | PDF (conv) | 1,8 MB
Over the past few years, ‘dystopia’ has become a word with increasing cultural currency. This volume argues that we live in dystopian times, and more specifically that a genre of fiction called "dystopia" has, above others, achieved symbolic cultural value in representing fears and anxieties about the future. As such, dystopian fictions do not merely mirror what is happening in the world: in becoming such a ready referent for discussions about such varied topics as governance, popular culture, security, structural discrimination, environmental disasters and beyond, the narrative conventions and generic tropes of dystopian fiction affect the ways in which we grapple with contemporary political problems, economic anxieties and social fears.

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Music and Metamorphosis in Graeco-Roman Thought
Pauline A. LeVen, "Music and Metamorphosis in Graeco-Roman Thought"
English | ISBN: 110714874X | 2020 | 228 pages | PDF | 1497 KB
Where does music come from? What kind of agency does a song have? What is at the root of musical pleasure? Can music die? These are some of the questions the Greeks and the Romans asked about music, song, and the soundscape within which they lived, and that this book examines. Focusing on mythical narratives of metamorphosis, it investigates the aesthetic and ontological questions raised by fantastic stories of musical origins. Each chapter opens with an ancient text devoted to a musical metamorphosis (of a girl into a bird, a nymph into an echo, men into cicadas, etc.) and reads that text as a meditation on an aesthetic and ontological question, in dialogue with ‘contemporary’ debates – contemporary with debates in the Greco-Roman culture that gave rise to the story, and with modern debates in the posthumanities about what it means to be a human animal enmeshed in a musicking environment.

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The Structured Self in Hellenistic and Roman Thought
The Structured Self in Hellenistic and Roman Thought by Christopher Gill
English | 2006 | ISBN: 019815268X | PDF | 544 pages | 5,7 MB
Christopher Gill offers a new analysis of what is innovative in Hellenistic-especially Stoic and Epicurean-philosophical thinking about selfhood and personality. His wide-ranging discussion of Stoic and Epicurean ideas is illustrated by a more detailed examination of the Stoic theory of the passions and a new account of the history of this theory.

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